|TV commercial for "homogenized smooth" Super Starlac dry milk|
A 1960s-era commercial for "homogenized smooth" Super Starlac dry milk. Why this product existed, I don't know. This corny commercial comes from that universally hated piece of crap called "Queen for a Day". This commercial is the only aspect of the broadcast that doesn't cause vomiting. The complete telecast can be found here, but I'd recommend you avoid it as it's the worst show of it's time.
Keywords: 1960s; 60s; 60's; 1960's; Sixties; Bad Acting; Dry Milk; Powdered Milk; Commercial; Classic TV
|Global Milk Powder Market 2020 - GlobalMarkets|
Transparency Market Research’s report titled ‘Milk Powder Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 – 2018’ provides a complete assessment of the current trends, opportunities, and growth drivers and restraints that will impact this market. Our analysts make effective use of primary and secondary research methodologies to arrive at reliable projections for the milk powder market over the forecast period...
Keywords: Milk Powder Market; Baby Milk Powder; Powdered Milk; Milk Powder Products; Food and Beverages; Market Research Reports; Transparency Market Research; GlobalMarkets
|Scientific American Volume 99 Number 08 (August 1908)|
Keywords: scientific; milk; manufacturers; american; electrical; thunder; machine; tion; milk powder; scientific american; large number; horizontal rudder; american supplement; railway tie; condensed milk; powdered milk; reinforced concrete; open cut